Re: Good Mail Server for NT?

Aaron Held ( (no email) )
Wed, 28 May 1997 10:38:39 -0400

The price list is a little confusing, but they have a very responsive
staff. Send them an e-mail with your req's and they get back pretty fast.
I have been using it for a few years with no problems but I have them for a
number of different reasons.
Just write and ask the price.


From: Petar Nikolich <>
Date: Wednesday, May 28, 1997 9:24 AM
Subject: Re: Good Mail Server for NT?

>As I said, I have had no problems and I have several clients who use the
>product on large intranets instead of exchange server and it works VERY
>What version did you have problems with.
>Weren't you telling us all how good the product was not so long ago?
>Anti-Spam measures are now in place.
>The only corruption problem I could thing of would be the general problem
>that seems to occur on NTFS drives when they get very fragmented. I've
>it happen with several products including MS Proxy Server.
>At least with PO you don't have to pay for the number of domains in use
>like in NTmail (or maybe I can't understand their price list???)
>> From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <>
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: Good Mail Server for NT?
>> Date: Wednesday, 28 May 1997 15:08
>> On Wed, 28 May 1997 (Petar Nikolich) wrote:
>> > No matter what others may say I have stuck by Post.Office since the
>> > while other have been and gone. I am comfortable with the scalibility
of this
>> > product although it is not cheap
>> Until you grow, it starts corrupting your mail files, and Software.Com
>> says "I dunno, put it on UNIX. UNIX doesn't exhibit this behavior".
>> I bought an NT mail server, not a UNIX mail server! :(
>> I just finished testing NTMail with the Emerald Authentication DLL.
>> You can create a FARM of servers to scale with, all authenticating
>> off the Emerald/SQL Server database. Thats what I call "scalibility".
>> Post.Office has a very small, finite number of simultaneous connections
>> it can handle, which is very memory intensive at that.
>> Oh yeah, IS also fixed problems (can you say spam) in a reasonable
>> amount of time.
>> Dale
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